Here, you can enjoy in views over the wider area. You descend along the marked trail to the mountain pass on the other side of the mountain and continue following the markings directing you to the left beneath the ridge towards the Globoko Moutain pass. Just beneath this mountain pass you have to overcome a less comfortable and steep gravel ascent. This section is secured with a wire rope, however, caution is advised.
When you arrive to the pass, views open towards the Razor Mountain pasture and the valley below. You descend past the neatly arranged bivouac and a bunker which you can visit. The preserved bunker was constructed in the times of the Rapal border.
The winding trail takes you to the Razor Mountain pasture from where you only need to walk for another hour to get to the starting point.
There is a bivouac with two beds located beneath the Globoko Pass.
Safety informationThe trail is not demanding and the only less comfortable section of the trail is the last steep and rocky ascent to the Globoko Mountain pass. You can help yourself climbing by holding the wire rope.
Tips, hints and linksYou can also start this tour in the village of Tolminske Ravne. From this village you first have to overcome an approximately one-hour-long ascent to the Razor Mountain pasture where you continue along the already mentioned trail.
Getting thereFrom the town of Tolmin, follow the regional road towards the village of Most na Soči. Turn left at the intersection with the sign for the village of Ljubinj and continue through the village of Poljubinj to the village of Ljubinj. At the end of the village, follow the sign pointing left towards the Stador and Razor Mountain pastures. The road is narrow and at some sections in somewhat bad condition but drivable all the way to the Kuk Mountain pasture.
ParkingParking is available at the parking lot in front of the Kuk Mountain Pasture.
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EquipmentThis hiking trail is also routed over rocky terrain, which is why it requires good footwear with well-profiled soles. Hikers who like to use trekking poles will find such equipment very useful.
There is no water source along the trail from the mountain hut to the above summits, which is why you have to bring a sufficient supply of water. This applies especially to the summer months.
Winter climbs to Mt. Vogel require complete winter equipment.